Events announced for NILE two-day horse extravaganza in Billings, Mont.
NILE’s two-day horse extravaganza, will be held this year in the Montana Pavilion of MetraPark, Billings, Mont., on Oct. 17 – 18. Open each day from 10 am-5 pm, the event will consist of a variety of horse exhibitions, Stallion Row, and equine related trade show booths and exhibits.
From saddles and tack to training aids and specialty equipment, if it’s related to horses, the trade show is sure to have it! This horse extravaganza attracts horse owners, weekend warriors, the general public, and those interested in specific disciplines like Liberty Training and Western Dressage.
The NILE is currently accepting applications for trade show vendors. This trade show will be open Friday and Saturday, Oct. 17-18, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vendor space is limited and applications will be considered on a first come, first served basis.
Featured clinics include Western Dressage with World Champion Showman Cliff Swanson and International Clinician, Karen Osoki, with a Refined Horsemanship Program. Additional demonstrations include farrier services with Jim Rennie and Phil Norton, the NILE Raffle Filly, as well as the opportunity to check out the latest in advancements to tack in the industry.
In Stallion Row, seven studs will represent horse breeds of Akhal Teke, Appaloosa, Morgan, Paint, Quarter Horse, and Shire. Stallion owners from across the region will be displaying their stallion and showcase it’s abilities in daily demonstrations in the show arena of the Montana Pavilion.
To ensure availability and placement in the trade show, please fill out and return a vendor contract this week. Applications and additional information regarding horseactivities and a full schedule of all events during The NILE are available through the NILE office or online at: http://www.thenile.org.
For more information please call the NILE office at: 406-256-2495 or email email@example.com.
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